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DIR 625 IPSec cisco vpn solution I can t connect thru my home D Link router but can thru a sprint card. Firmware is up to date and all boxes have been checked for the IPSec etc. Any suggestions? Thanks, Gary

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  • JarrodB May 21, 2008

    Similar setup, have v1.09 firmware, v5.0 cisco vpn client. Have tried disabling IPv6, didn't work. will try the forwarding suggestion.

  • Anonymous Aug 27, 2008

    I had the same issue and here is the easiest fix. Log on to yor router, go to "advanced", firewall settings, ALG configuration, uncheck VPN.

    It works now!

  • tcbjr Jan 04, 2009

    If anyone is still experiencing this problem with their DIR 625 here's a possible solution that seems to work.

    I'm not so well-versed on the overall DIR 625 router configurations but I was having the same problem with my VPN connection dropping every 4 mins so I followed one solution by turning off the VPN in Advances/Firewall Setting/ALG, but that didn't work. What DID work was when I unchecked both the PPTP and VPN. Maybe only the PPTP has to be unchecked, not sure but it works now and I'm leaving well enuf alone!

    I'm now suspecting my VPN connection no longer filters through the router and the Window's VPN configuration is handling it. It's not dropping now!! YEAH!
    -TC

  • cacliffo Feb 03, 2009

    NetGear ProSafe IPSec VPN client works fine through Sprint card or other public WiFi, but not from behind DIR-625 with NAT (e.g. home). Client says it successfully makes connection, but I have no access to resources (mapped drives, remote desktop, etc.). I can ping the remote router, using its NAT address, but cannot ping anything else (servers, printers, etc.). Tried disabling PPTP and VPN in ALG, but no change. Help, anyone?

  • Anonymous May 13, 2009

    tcbjr's fix below solved the problem for me... thanks!

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Go to "advanced", firewall settings, in ALG configuration uncheck "VPN". It will work and that's the easiest way to fix this issue.

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  • Upgrade the firmware on the DIR624 (DIR 625) to post 3.0 (or the latest). My Cisco VPN connection worked great after that, after a few resets and letting everything settle.

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

Log into the router and go to Advanced/Advance Wireless and make the following changes:

Change Beacon Period to 80
RTS Threshold to 2100
Fragmentation Threshold to 2100

I had the same issue, made these changes and everything is working fine.

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Log in to the router, go to the Port forwarding rules,

Create a rule like this...

Name>UDP>30000-64000, 500
IP address

Save reboot router

Lennart

Posted on May 15, 2008

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My DIR-625 wireless router cannot establish a VPN connection for my new job, using WEP (required). The work laptop CAN use VPN at another WiFi location, like a coffee shop. Suggestions? The DIR-625...


You will need to talk to the IT lead at your job to see if he has given you proper allowances to access the VPN server.
You also may want to check the errors or prompts screens that the the PC is giving this will tell you what the next step is.
Please provide more information as to you issue your issue is not complete as to what you are experiencing for your VPN connection.
2. check the VPN configuration in your PC also there may be a firewall issue here that is not allowing you to connect.

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Cannot link vpn. direct from internet provider works. when try connection via d-link dir625 does not connect. does allow internet access


Ok to Setup you VPN follow the instructions below. You can configure DI-804HV, DI-808HV, and DI-824VUP+ by web management interface. Type 192.168.0.1 (The LAN IP is 192.168.0.1 by default) in the browser, and then input user name: admin (there is no password by default) to pass authentication of web management interface. Then finish the configurations as showed below on Gateway A and Gateway B. Configurations of Gateway A 􀂾 Model: DI-804HV (DI-808HV, or DI-824VUP+) 􀂾 Firmware version: v1.40 (You can download the latest firmware on D-Link’s website.) 􀂾 WAN IP Address: 14.15.16.17 (Static IP) 􀂾 LAN IP Address: 10.5.6.1 (Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0) 􀂾 VPN Configurations: 􀂄 Enable VPN function on Gateway A. 􀂄 Tunnel Name: toGatewayB 􀂄 VPN Method: IKE (Main mode) 􀂄 Local Subnet: 10.5.6.0 􀂄 Local Netmask: 255.255.255.0 􀂄 Remote Subnet: 172.23.9.0 􀂄 Remote Netmask: 255.255.255.0 􀂄 Remote Gateway: 22.23.24.25 􀂄 Pre-share Key: hr5xb8416aa9r6 􀂄 IKE Proposal (Please remember to add the correct proposal ID into the list of IKE Proposal Index when you finish inputting the following information.) 􀀹 Proposal Name: toGatewayB 􀀹 DH Group: Group 2 􀀹 Encryption Algorithm: 3DES 􀀹 Authentication Algorithm: SHA1 􀀹 Life Time: 28800 􀀹 Life Time Unit: Second 􀂄 IPSec Proposal (Please remember to add the correct proposal ID into the list of IKE Proposal Index when you finish inputting the following information.) 􀀹 Proposal Name: toGatewayB 􀀹 DH Group: Group 2 􀀹 Encapsulation Protocol: ESP 􀀹 Encryption Algorithm: 3DES 􀀹 Authentication Algorithm: SHA1 􀀹 Life Time: 3600 􀀹 Life Time Unit: Second 4. Verify the VPN connection Before you start to establish VPN connection between Gateway A and Gateway B, please make sure the Internet connection between Gateway A and Gateway B is workable. You can use “Ping Test” tool on Gateway A (or Gateway B), and input the IP address of Gateway B (or Gateway A) to see if there is any response from its peer device. Connect a PC (called PC_A) to the LAN port of Gateway A, and connect another PC (called PC_B) to the LAN port of Gateway B. Start to “Ping” PC_B on PC_A, then Gateway A will start to establish IPSec connection with Gateway B. If you can get “Ping” responses from PC_B on PC_A, then it means the tunnel has been established successfully. You can also check the “VPN Status” page with web management interface to verify the status of VPN connections. Figure 1: VPN status of Gateway A after IPSec connection has been established. Figure 2: VPN status of Gateway B after IPSec connection has been established.
Hope this helps
Here it is in PDF.http://www.vpnc.org/InteropProfiles/D-Link-DI.pdf

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Cisco VPN doesnt get connected through DI-524UP router. Worked fine until recently for both the laptops we use. Log indicates Receive: Purging stale cached fragment(s). Direct connected on the Motorola...


Cisco VPN
Upgrade your router to the latest firmware. You can download firmware at http://www.dlink.com.au/tech/ .
Disable all Firewall Software (ZoneAlarm, Windows XP Firewall, etc.).
Configuring PC running VPN Client Software:
Step 1 Disable all Firewall Software (ZoneAlarm, Windows XP Firewall, etc.).
Step 2 Change IP Address to be outside of the routers DHCP Pool (i.e. 192.168.0.99). By default the DHCP pool is 192.168.0.100 - 192.168.0.199.
Step 3 Configure Cisco VPN Client - Connection Properties.
Step 4 Check Enable Transparent Tunneling.
Step 5 Allow IPSec over UDP ( NAT/PAT).
Configuring Router using the Web-based configuration:
Step 1 Open the Web Configuration Page by entering 192.168.0.1 into your web browser. Enter username (admin) and your password (blank by default).
Step 2 Check the Status tab and make sure that you are running the latest version of firmware. If not, upgrade firmware before proceeding.
Step 3 Click on the Miscellaneous button on the Tools tab. Enable both PPTP and IPSec.
Step 4 Click Apply.
Step 5 Click on the Virtual Servers button on the Advanced tab.
Step 6 Enable IPSec from the list and configure as follows:
Private IP: IP Address of the PC running Cisco VPN Client
Protocol: UDP
Private Port: 500
Public Port: 500
Schedule: Always.
Step 7 Click Apply and then Continue.
Step 8 Enable PPTP from the list and configure as follows:
Private IP: IP Address of the PC running Cisco VPN Client
Protocol: TCP
Private Port: 1723
Public Port: 1723
Schedule: Always.
Step 9 Click Apply and then Continue.


http://www.dlink.com.au/tech/default.asp?model=DI-524UP

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You'll just need to enable the IPSEC and PPTP VPN Passthrough which it sounds like you've already done this. I've run into some ISP's that block VPN connections out of their network. If you have the ability, try to directly connect your laptop into your cable/DSL modem in place of your router and see if you can make a VPN connection, if not contact your ISP, if you can then verify you enabled the VPN passthroughs because your router is blocking them.

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